HEA STEM: Transitions, employability and professional identity: case study in architecture

 
The seminar will showcase and reflect on learning activities with level 4 architecture students to introduce them both to higher education and the construction of a professional identity. It will explore the importance of linking transition with employability development and the development of professional identity through learning alongside practitioners. Learners will facilitate sessions to ensure that the student voice is heard.
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